The Marina Arts District isn't named that for nothin'! This downtown Corpus Christi area is full of art that you can't find in a gallery. Keep an eye out for these pieces of must-see street art. And speaking of street art, coast your way around the city with our Mural & Art Trail pass!

Endless Sunset: The Colors of Our City - Corpus Christi Caller-Times

One of the largest (no,'s the size of the building) pieces of street art is full of color and everything Corpus Christi. Designed by Sandra Gonzalez, painted by the community, and put up in panels, this mural is truly a labor of love to and from Corpus Christi. See it at the Corpus Christi Caller-Times on Taylor Street.


The Gold Fish Mural

This former gas station turned bustling bar in the Marina Arts District has picture-perfect scenes at every angle! Painted by Malachy McKinney, this mural breathes new life into this downtown staple.


Loteria Corpus Christi - K Space Contemporary

Loteria, Spanish for Lottery, is a favorite game for most South Texas natives. So much so that Corpus Christi dedicated a mural to it. See it on the back of K-Space Contemporary on North Chaparral Street between Starr and Peoples Street.


Downtown Electrical Box Murals

Art is literally on every corner in the Marina Arts District! Electrical boxes in the downtown area have been painted in all kinds of colors and themes and are ever-evolving. See how many you can spot on your downtown journey.


Greetings from Corpus Christi Mural

Painted just like a picturesque postcard, the Greetings from Corpus Christi mural showcases all the things that make Corpus Christi unique – the Harbor Bridge, USS Lexington, Bob Hall Pier, Selena and lots more. It's located on the north-facing wall of Richline Technical Services headquarters building at 114 N Mesquite St.


Corpus Christi Mural

Located on Peoples & Chaparral Street, this new mural by Cam Walls brings the block to life! Next time you're strolling the streets near Fresco or K Space Contemporary, be sure to take some time to admire this largescale mural across the street.


Dokyo Dauntaun

This Asian fusion restaurant transports you to a different place through its fine foods, crafty cocktails, and art of course! This Japanese-inspired mural was created by acclaimed artist, Jeremy Flores, who has painted several murals in Corpus Christi and around the world.


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